An unlikely movie star feud? JoJo Siwa raised eyebrows when she dubbed Candace Cameron Bure the “rudest” movie star she’d ever met whereas taking part in a viral social media development.
“Pool day = uncovered hahaha,” Siwa, 19, captioned the Sunday, July 24, TikTok video, flashing an image of Bure, 46, towards the digicam as her decide for “rudest” well-known acquaintance. The shade left some followers questioning how the Dance Mothers star and the Full Home alum know one another. “We want a narrative time on Candace Cameron,” one TikTok person wrote within the feedback.
In December 2019, the 2 performers interacted whereas they had been each friends on The Kelly Clarkson Present. Through the look, host Kelly Clarkson requested Hallmark Channel’s Queen of Christmas if her residence decor was “loopy” throughout the vacation season. Bure replied that she most well-liked to maintain the aesthetic in her home “easy and chic” for Christmas.
The Fuller Home star then turned to Siwa, saying, “Perhaps a little bit completely different than your house.” The “Child in a Sweet Retailer” singer responded by explaining her go-big-or-go-home method to Christmas decor, which included “a Grinch tree,” “a flamingo tree” and a “rainbow room.”
Regardless of their completely different adorning philosophies, Bure joked, “I must shoot my subsequent Christmas film at your own home.” The “Boomerang” singer replied “there you go” and gifted the Make It or Break It alum along with her very personal bow. “Appears to be like lovely,” she stated because the Hallmark Channel star tried it on, clapping together with the studio viewers.
The day after Siwa shared a TikTok calling her impolite, the previous View panelist shared a cryptic Bible quote to her Instagram Story. “Belief within the Lord perpetually, for the Lord God is an eternal rock,” she wrote, citing the quote from Isaiah 26:4. Up to now, the Form Is the New Stylish creator has been extra direct when responding to her critics.
After posing in a t-shirt that learn “not at present, Devil” in March 2017, a phrase popularized by RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio, Bure obtained backlash. “IF ONLY THIS HOMOPHOBIC REPUBLICAN KNEW,” Del Rio, 47, captioned a repost of Bure’s image by way of Instagram.
The Shoe Addict’s Christmas actress commented on the repost, writing, “Why do you must be nasty to me? You don’t know me or my coronary heart. I’m not homophobic and all the time unhappy when individuals assume in any other case. Loving Jesus doesn’t imply I hate homosexual individuals or anybody. You despatched a bunch of hateful individuals to my web page writing horrible issues. I hope subsequent time you’ll unfold love and kindness, even whenever you disagree with individuals.”